After the epic nature of the last Avengers film and forthcoming Avengers: Endgame, itís hard to imagine exactly how Marvel could ever top their scale. However, Marvelís Kevin Feige is never one to shy away from a challenge. Right now though, heís keeping some of his plans very close to his chest to ensure the focus is firmly placed on the forthcoming two films that will close this phase of the MCU, Captain Marvel and Endgame, before setting focus on the future.
I say some of his plans, as the producer wasnít afraid to drop some ideas around what could be in store for Phase 4, especially the massive Eternals comic book movie, in a recent interview with Collider:
We like the idea of introducing an ensemble, doing an ensemble movie from the start, as opposed to building up as we did with the first Avengers.
The set-up for Eternals characters will obviously form a very different strategy than what we saw with The Avengers where the individual characters were set up in their own solo movies. Itís a strategy though that is not unique to Marvel who followed that approach with their Guardians of the Galaxy movies to great success where they were able to introduce an ensemble of new characters and still successfully develop them within the movie.

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